"Let's Go to Bed" is a 1982 single by The Cure. It later appeared on the album Japanese Whispers.
In the aftermath of the bleak Pornography, Robert Smith returned from a month-long detox in the Lake District to write the antithesis to what The Cure currently represented. Written as a sarcastic reflection on sexual imagery in pop music, the single was a surprise hit. It was most successful in Australia, reaching #15.…
Let me take your hands
I'm shaking like milk
Turning, turning blue
All over the windows and the floors